RM2F8XHP2–Royal well wishers left floral tributes for the Duke of Edinburgh following his death on 09.04.2021.Mourners were asked to stay away from the Royal Residences because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Buckingham Palace, London. UK
RMABHJH0–King Philip II of Macedon father of Alexander the Great. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP234M–116. HEROD PHILIP II. COINS, 4 BC. TO 34 AD.
RM2BPB1M0–Portrait of King Philip II of Spain by an unknown artist, c.1580
RMGFX682–Philip Malyavin - Vortex
RMDTFCH8–Philip Pearsall Carpenter (1819-1877)
RMGAG3P5–Hi Cloy ridden by Philip Carberry in the Stan James King George V1 Chase (Grade 1)
RMK6WH17–SPITTA, Philip - portrait Brahms connection Music scholar (1841-94)
RMGG2A34–French manuscript Edward III (1312-1377) taking the oath before Philip VI of Valois (1294-1350) 14th century France Paris. Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal
RM2J7YX2C–Philip Leakey and Maasai, c.1984
RMCWANMX–PHILIP JOHNSON, circa 1950s. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMEXR1PR–1940s USA Philip Morris Magazine Advert
RMP1RRAY–Native American Hunting Bison, Philip Goodwin, circa 1902
RM2JB0PKG–Britain's Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and her husband Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, pose during their honeymoon, November 25, 1947 in Broadlands estate, Hampshire
RME16TRK–Eastman Johnson portrait of brother Philip Carrigan Johnson Jr, 1876
RMMPW2PF–'Dunstable Reel', sculpture by Philip King, Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, 2015 Artist: Steven Baker.
RMH2H7DX–Philip II of Spain aged 24
RM2F8XHNY–Royal well wishers left floral tributes for the Duke of Edinburgh following his death on 09.04.2021.Mourners were asked to stay away from the Royal Residences because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Buckingham Palace, London. UK
RMB7KYK0–Assassination of King Philip of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great 336 BC. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP234T–116. HEROD PHILIP II. COINS, 4 BC. TO 34 AD.
RMKDD0TR–King Philip II of Spain (1527-1598) by Titian, c.1554
RMFWWDT3–Beechey, Sir William - John Philip Kemble
RMDTFCH7–Philip Herbert Carpenter (1852-1891)
RMGC7YAH–Horse Racing - HEROS Charity Challow Hurdle Day - Newbury Racecourse. A muddied jockey Philip Hide during the HEROS Charity Challow Hurdle Day at Newbury Racecourse, Berkshire.
RMK2YCHD–TELEMANN, Georg Philip - Composition Page 1 of instrumental compositions (overtures, sinfonias, divertimenti etc) composed by Telemann 1691-1767 when he was 86, for Ludwig VIII of Hesse-Darmstadt. German composer (1681-1767).
RMGG2A35–Philip IV The Fair and his children. (From l. to r.: Philip V, Charles IV, Isabelle, Louis X le Hutin (The Quarrelsome) and Charles of Valois 14th century France
RM2BDXR0W–John Philip Sousa, American Composer
RMMKTD8T–Philip, Lord Wharton
RMCWANMT–PHILIP JOHNSON holding his design for the John F. Kennedy Memorial in Dallas, Texas, 1965. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett
RMEXT1E2–1950s USA Philip Morris Magazine Advert
RM2DT9X58–A. Philip Randolph, U.S. civil rights leader, 1963
RM2JB0PKJ–Britain's Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) (L) and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (R) pose on their wedding day at Buckingham Palace in London on November 20, 1947
RM2JDYXEK–Lord Rayleigh in his Laboratory, c1900. By Philip Burne-Jones (1861-1926). John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh (1842-1919), English mathematician, known for his extensive contributions to science.
RMMPW2DD–'Dunstable Reel', sculpture by Philip King, Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, 2015 Artist: Steven Baker.
RMHH4CFJ–Philip III of Spain (1578 – 1621) King of Spain, circa 1617
RMEBR2T9–ActiveMuseum 0003143.jpg / Philip III of Spain, 1608 - Juan Pantoja de la Cruz 18/09/2013 - / 17th century Collection / Active Museum
RMA8WHT9–Assassination of Philip II of Macedon causing his son Alexander to become king. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RM2K00FW1–Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in New South Wales during the Queen's February 1954 Royal Tour in Australia.
RM2EPJMBR–Philip II of Spain, portrait by Sofonisba Anguissola (c. 1532-1625), c.1573
RMG1NEJY–El Greco - St. Philip - Museo del Greco
RMDTFCTB–Philip Lutley Sclater (1829-1913)
RMGAT1HF–Philip Wills, Senior Pilot for the British Gliding Team
RMJA01N1–President and Mrs. Dwight D Eisenhower greet Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip of Great Britain at the White House, along with Lord and Lady Caccia (standing, extreme left and right), the British Ambassador to the US and his wife, Washington, DC, 1957.
RMHN2N9Y–Philip IV 'le Bel' (the Fair) presiding over a Parliament session (from the acts of Robert of Artois' trial in 1330) 14th century France Paris. Bibliotheque nationale
RM2F61EW0–Federal Theatre Project, The Case of Philip Lawrence, 1937
RMMKP79F–John Philip Kemble as Coriolanus
RMF2B0JA–Prince Philip and his son Prince Charles, at London Airport. January 2, 1952. (CSU 2015 9 1083)
RMEXPY75–1940s USA Philip Morris Magazine Advert
RMM6GHH6–King Philip III of Spain - Juan Pantoja de la Cruz, 1606
RM2JB0PKC–Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) accompanied by Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (R) waves to the crowd, June 2, 1953 after being crowned at Westminter Abbey in London. - Elizabeth married the Duke of Edinburgh on the 20th of November 1947 and was proclaimed Queen in 1952 at age 25. Her coronation was the first worldwide televised event
RMT6X7FB–Arthur James Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour (1848–1930). By Philip Alexius de László (1869–1937). Balfour was a British statesman and Conservative Party politician who served as Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom.
RMMPW2N6–'Declaration', sculpture by Philip King, Beaumanor Hall, Woodhouse, Leicestershire, 2015. Artist: Steven Baker.
RMH2H7D7–Philip V, Felipe V, the first Bourbon king of Spain
RMEBR4A3–John Philip Kemble dit Cato, 1812 - Sir Thomas Lawrence 22/01/2014 - / 19th century Collection / Active Museum
RMA9YXE0–Death of Native American chief Philip ending King Philip's War 1676. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2K00FW0–Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in New South Wales during the Queen's February 1954 Royal Tour in Australia.
RM2AF8T3E–King Philip II of Spain (1527-1598) by Titian, oil on canvas, c.1555
RMG3YDWP–Anthony van Dyck - Philip Herbert, 4th Earl of Pembroke
RMGAPX0A–Philip Wills, Senior Pilot for the British Gliding Team
RMHDHCHF–Philip Morris sicarette pack of WW2, Museum Winter 1944 in Gingelom
RM2A4WD3C–El Greco, Apostle Saint Philip, painting, 1610-1614
RF2BDXMWF–Richard I, Priests Plead for Release of Philip of Dreux
RMMKRFYN–Philip V. King of Spain
RMF2B0JB–Prince Philip and his 21 year old son, Charles, the Prince of Wales. Nov. 9. 1970. They attended the final session of 'The Countryside of 1970.' Prince Philip, was the conference president. (CSU 2015 9 1082)
RMEXPY74–1940s USA Philip Morris Magazine Advert
RM2BE78GH–Philip at the Battle of Bouvines - Philip darted forward amid a blare of trumpets
RMMC8545–Christianity and Saints - Philip Saint Philip, from a series of prints illustrating the Twelve Disciples, hand coloured German Woodcut 1519
RMW60BFD–Prince Charles's welcome home from Spain, 1623. Prince Charles (1600-1649: later Chales I) greeted by his father, James I (1566-1625), upon his return from Spain. The Spanish match was a proposed marriage between Prince Charles, the son of King James I of Great Britain, and Infanta Maria Anna of Spain, the daughter of Philip III of Spain.
RMMPW2N8–'Declaration', sculpture by Philip King, Beaumanor Hall, Woodhouse, Leicestershire, 2015. Artist: Steven Baker.
RMH28HCE–Philip V (19 December 1683 – 9 July 1746) King of Spain
RMEBR3RY–ActiveMuseum 0003639.jpg / Sir Philip Sidney, soldier, diplomat and author, 1576 - unknown artist 22/01/2014 - / 16th century Collection / Active Museum
RMAE1RR6–Baroness von Riedesel and her children greeted by General Philip Schuyler at American camp where her husband was held. Hand-colored engraving
RM2A3ADH5–Philip Doddridge D.D. (1702–1751) was an evangelical English Nonconformist (Congregationalist) minister, educator, and prolific hymnwriter. Doddridge was a contemporary and friend of Isaac Watts, John Wesley and George Whitefield, and was an influence through his writing on William Wilberforce and Charles Spurgeon.
RM2GF0PGP–Philip II (1527-1598). Portrait of King Philip II of Spain by the workshop of Antonis Mor, oil on canvas
RMG3M0GH–Philip James de Loutherbourg - The Battle of Alexandria, 21 March 1801
RMGAT1JE–Gliding. Philip Wills, Senior Pilot for the British Gliding Team
RM2B0152D–Rome/Greece: Head of Philip II of Macedon (r.359-336 BCE), on a gold Niketerion (victory medallion), believed to have been minted in Tarsus during the reign of Emperor Alexander Severus, 3rd century CE. Philip II of Macedon, (382-336 BCE), was a Greek king (basileus) of Macedon from 359 BCE until his assassination in 336 BCE. He was the father of Alexander the Great and Philip III.
RM2EA8KBA–Philip James de Loutherbourg, The Angel Binding Satan, painting, circa 1797
RM2BDX5WB–John Philip Sousa, American Composer
RMMKNXDG–Prince Philip and Soplillo
RMF2B0HT–George Abbott and Philip Dunning, the author and director of BROADWAY, which opened in Sept. 1926. The crime drama, a tale of bootleggers, chorus girls and hoofers, was one of the most successful plays of the 1920s. (CSU 2015 9 1099)
RMEXRAY4–1950s USA Philip Morris Magazine Advert
RM2E2DNNW–Captain Philip Giving Thanks on the deck of the USS Texas during the Spanish American War, 1898
RMBT151T–Philip Massinger, 1583 to 1640. English dramatist.
RMD98B3G–Philip Glass (born 1937) in 1989. American composer.
RMDDTK6N–Monument to Philip Carteret in the north nave aisle of Westminster Abbey, London, c1750. Artist: Fisher
RMR91JKP–Philip Sclater, (1829 – 1913) English zoologist
RMERKMFF–Prince Philip playing bicycle polo at Windsor, 6th August 1967.
RM2BD67HH–Philip I Epiphanes Philadelphus, king of Seleucid Empire. Hand-colored etching
RM2A3ADH1–Philip Doddridge D.D. (1702–1751) was an evangelical English Nonconformist (Congregationalist) minister, educator, and prolific hymnwriter. Doddridge was a contemporary and friend of Isaac Watts, John Wesley and George Whitefield, and was an influence through his writing on William Wilberforce and Charles Spurgeon.
RM2FN6455–Philip II of Macedon (382–336 BC). Pausanius assassinates Philip during the procession into the theatre, by Andre Castaigne, c. 1898
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